Armstrong’s Online IT Program Receives National Ranking
(April 4, 2012) – Armstrong Atlantic State University’s online Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) has been ranked as one of the top twenty “best buys” in the country by the education web site GetEducated.com, a consumer group that rates, ranks and verifies the cost and credibility of online colleges and online universities.
GetEducated.com ranked University System of Georgia’s WebBSIT program sixteenth in the nation, out of 88 schools.
Armstrong’s Information Technology program is taught through the College of Science & Technology. Known for its quality, affordability and commitment to student service, the program was started to meet the needs of busy professionals who saw the benefits of continuing their education, but knew it would be tough to juggle their career and family responsibilities with a standard class schedule.
To learn more about the Georgia WebBSIT program at Armstrong Atlantic State University, please visit Armstrong’s College of Science & Technology.
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